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FHWA Course on Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation

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LESSON 24: EDUCATION, ENCOURAGEMENT, AND ENFORCEMENT (INSTRUCTOR'S NOTES)

Objectives:

Upon completion of this lesson, students will be able to:

  1. Describe strategies for educating people about walking and bicycling.
  2. Describe strategies for developing an effective program of enforcement of laws that will help pedestrians and bicyclists.
  3. Describe strategies for encouraging people to walk and bike.

Pre-Instruction:

Components

Activities

Objectives

Present and explain the three lesson goals listed above (V-24-1).

Information Presentation:

Components

Activities

Information Sequence

Outline the presentation of the lecture (V-24-2).

Information

Tell about the different ways of educating people about walking and bicycling (V-24-3).

Describe enforcement practices that help pedestrians and bicyclists (V-24-4).

Talk about what information can be used to encourage people to walk and bike (V-24-5 and V-24-6).

Example(s)

Show examples (e.g., slides, videotape) of different types of education or public service campaigns related to pedestrian and bicycle activities.

Student Participation:

Components

Activities

Practice

Have the students design an education, enforcement, or encouragement campaign for your community.

Feedback

Provide comment and feedback to the class as appropriate.

Follow-Up:

Components

Activities

Review

Lesson Objective:

Lesson Outline:

Education Strategies:

Enforcement Practices:

Encouragement Strategies:

Encouragement Strategies (continued):

Lesson Summary:

 

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